Sulphur Springs boys and girls earned soccer honors according to All-District teams recently released.
The Wildcats received two superlatives and eight other players were honored on the recently released All-District 19-4A boys soccer team.
Moises Torres was named as the unanimous Goalkeeper of the Year. Torres, a senior, received honors and was lauded all season for his outstanding play in goal.
Bryan Roque, Sulphur Springs freshman, received the Newcomer of the Year award.
Named to the first team from Sulphur Springs were: seniors, Leo Sanchez and Brian Dela Rosa; junior, Juan Gomez and sophomore Tanner Ramirez.
Wildcats named to the second team were: senior Ryan Watson and juniors Samuel Gallegos, Andy Green and Adrian Lopez.
Other players receiving superlative honors were: District Co-MVP, Blake Beshirs, senior, Paris; Michael Cade, Paris senior and Aljandro Revels, Princeton, sophomore, tied for Offensive MVP honors; Defensive Co-MVP recognition went to Sam Erickson, senior, North Lamar and Leonel Gutierrez, junior, Paris.
Coach of the Year - Jeremy Beshirs, Paris, by unanimous vote.
The Wildcats finished second in the district and won their bi-district game of Newman Smith, falling in the area round to Frisco Liberty.
Other members of the first team were: from Paris, Jesus Ruiz, junior; Zane Young, Ben Whitaker, senior and Alfredo Medina, sophomore. From Princeton - Armando Loya, Eddie Mendez, juniors and senior Jarred Lacey; North Lamar - Jose Leyva, Preston Waters, seniors and Nick West, sophomore; Greenville - Riley Cox, senior and Isaac Ramirez, junior; Bonham - Malte Karpowitz, junior.
Also named to the second team — from Paris, Jackson Reeves, Derek Bristow, Angel Rocha, seniors; Jose Escobedo, junior; from Princeton - Jose Delgado, Alexis Revels, Hugo Cruz, juniors; North Lamar - Grant Erickson, sophomore; Kris Stephens, junior; Greenville - Luis DeLeon, senior and Doughlas Gutierrez, sophomore; and Bonham - Arturo Arritola, freshman.
The Lady Cats finished second in district and were rewarded with several superlatives.
Madison Ramirez of Sulphur Springs was named the District MVP.
For the year the senior player had 14 goals and 18 assists.
Esmeralda Sanchez was named the Offensive MVP. Sanchez had 21 goals in 23 games and nine assists.
Savannah Greer was the Defensive MVP and first team; Grace Grafton also got first team honors. Grafton had 10 goals. 10 assists.
Named to the second team were - Kinzi Irving, Emily Hurley, Myranda Pierce, Estrella Resendiz.
Hurley, at goalkeeper, played in all 23 games. She had 108 saves for the Lady Cats, allowing 18 goals or less than one a game, she had 13 shutouts while in goal.
Honorable mention choices were - Hattie Schulz, Sha’nequa Cash and Mary McMillan.
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